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After completing his apprenticeship as a bookseller, Karl Günther, son of a Viennese printer, joined

Egon Jelinek, son of the photographer Paul Jelinek (1878–1940), was active in the Austrian NSDAP ("Hitler movement", Brigittenau) from 1921.

Hirsch Isaac Kauftheil moved with his parents in 1899 from Neu Sandez, Galicia, to Vienna. He became an independent jeweller in 1919 and married Olga Esriel in 1922.

Rudolf Maier trained as a watchmaker with Ludwig Löwenstein at Gumpendorferstraße 20 in Vienna's 6th district.

Robert Möder, whose mother Franziska Möder owned a small business at the Tandelmarkt located at Berggasse 34 in Vienna’s 9th district, joined the NSDAP in 1926 or 1927 (membership number 53,171), but was expelled in 1930 for "behaviour detrimental to the party", among other thin